Newshub Live at 6pm (29th January 2018)
The latest news, sport and weather with Newshub Live at 6pm from Three New Zealand. With Samantha Hayes and Mike McRoberts (news), Nicky Styris (sport) and Mike Puru (weather). International cover courtesy of CBS, ITV and Channel 7 Australia.
In this bulletin:
Opener and Dunedin Police are treating two deaths in a house fire last Monday as a double homicide.
A passenger assaulted while waiting in a car at an intersection in Auckland has died in hospital overnight.
The biggest names have gathered in New York for the Grammy Awards.
A person has died on the edge of Lake Wanaka after getting into difficulty.
It has been revealed ACC will cover the costs for the family who contracted botulism after eating wild Boar.
The family of a New Zealand man killed in a suicide bombing while visiting Kabul, Afghanistan have remembered him as a father figure.
A leading spinal doctor is warning Kiwis to be mindful when jumping off cliffs and wharves.
Details of Jacinda Ardern’s child poverty reduction laws will be revealed on Tuesday.
The Swedish man who founded IKEA has died as a billionaire aged 91.
The Russian Presidenial election has taken a dramatic turn with the opposition leader arrested (report from ITV).
The North and South Korean ice hockey team began training ahead of the Winter Olympics.
An Auckland family has won the World Robot Fighting Championships in China.
Weather update with Mike Puru.
A bank is offering a payment ring that allows people to pay using their fist (report from Channel 7 Australia).
Thousands of sailors flocked to Waitemata Harbour in Auckland for the annual Anniversary Day regatta.
A public school teacher in New York wins a Grammy Award for her work to encourage fifth graders to play music (report from CBS).
Roger Federer vows there is more to come after winning the mens singles title at the Australian Open overnight.
Colin Munro will travel with the Black Caps to Sydney for the tri-series.
Australia loses their fifth ODI match to England, losing the series 4-1.
Captain Katrina Grant admits the Silver Ferns are running out of time to fix their problems ahead of the Commonwealth Games.
Rowing New Zealand is considering changing its selection process.
Oklahoma City Thunder held on to beat the 76ers in the NBA.
Tiger Woods says he is very pleased with his return to the PGA Tour.
Weather report with Mike Puru and closer.
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